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CNX-P2140 Overview and Installation Video: Information Overload Beta p1

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by , 05-27-2009 at 03:48 PM (2575 Views)
**Goal
Demonstrate what all the input and output wires (J1 and J2) on the P2140 do and where to connect them. We'll also provide a quick overview of the jumpers that control how your primary and secondary output rails behave.

**Learn
How to quickly wire and configure the P2140.

**Equipment
Screw driver, electrical tape, multimeter (optional), wire strippers, p2140

**Next Time
How to splice your AC/DC brick to power your laptop/mini computer.

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Updated 12-26-2009 at 10:11 AM by Jensen2000

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HI can anyone elaborate on JP6 and the acpi / isense wires from the P2140 to the PC/MAC?

Quote Originally Posted by SoulR View Post
Perhaps:

- How to add a master switch (i.e. if on allows PC to Boot when ignition active, if off then will not allow boot).
- How to connect an external PC/Mac on/off switch
- How to use the acpi / isense wires from the P2140 to the PC/MAC
Thanks for the feedback everybody. Keep it coming.

Quote Originally Posted by SoulR View Post
Perhaps:
....
- How to connect an external PC/Mac on/off switch
- How to use the acpi / isense wires from the P2140 to the PC/MAC
Quote Originally Posted by GizmoQ View Post
Or better yet a three-way switch (ON-OFF-AUTO) for always on;always off; and switched w/ignition.
So, I will add some ACPI videos to the list and also using a three-way switch.
Quote Originally Posted by SoulR View Post
Perhaps:

- How to add a master switch (i.e. if on allows PC to Boot when ignition active, if off then will not allow boot).
Or better yet a three-way switch (ON-OFF-AUTO) for always on;always off; and switched w/ignition.